Baker Hunt Art and Cultural Center included a new teaching kitchen as part of its recently completed $1.8 million renovation of the historic Scudder House on its campus in Covington.
Denny Bowman was not present for Tuesday night's virtual meeting of the Covington city commission, but he was the focus of part of it.
Repair work on the Brent Spence Bridge continues and the span is expected to reopen on December 23.
The City of Covington is set to assist five more businesses with rent subsidies or forgivable facade improvement grants at Tuesday night's city commission meeting.
The law firm Adams, Stepner, Woltermann & Dusing will now be known simply as Adams Law.
Students of the Diocese of Covington schools are showing Christmas spirit this week at the newly designated Cathedral Square, the blocks that surround the Cathedral Basilica of the Assumption.
Covington-based the Point/Arc was named Best Adult Residential Care Home and Outreach Program in the inaugural Greater Cincinnati Nonprofit of the Year Awards.
The Covington board of education received an update on non-traditional instruction (NTI) in the school district this year, which has been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Hotel Covington's restaurant Coppin's announced new menu items that can be enjoyed on the recently transformed patio.
A local optometrist and Florence city councilwoman was presented with an honor at the Kentucky Optometric Association's 2020 Virtual Awards Ceremony.
The event was held on December 8.
The City of Covington received preliminary approval Thursday to study the possible use of future state tax revenues to pay for new roads, sidewalks and other improvements to the 23-acre IRS site an
An Alabama-based company is moving its core site to Covington's RiverCenter Tower, bringing with it 100 positions in 2021.
Work on the Brent Spence Bridge continues and on Wednesday, Kentucky Secretary of Transportation Jim Gray reported that concrete began to be poured for a new wall on the lower deck of the two-deck